Prof. Berrin Tansel

Civil and Environmental Engineering Department

Florida International University, USA




1985  Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

1979  M.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

1978  B.S., Middle East Technical University, Turkey

Publications (Selected)

  1. Tansel, B. and Dizge, N. (2011), Competitive Effects and Synergistic Interactions during Selective Sorption of SMP fractions on Activated Carbon: Response Surface Approach for Visualization of Sorption Profiles and Adequacy of Langmuir-like Model, Journal of Environmental Management, 92, 3,596-602.
  2. Pant, P., Allen, M. and, Tansel, B. (2011), Bioavailability of Mercury in Oakridge Soil for Plant Uptake and Translocation, International Journal of Phytoremediation, 13, 2, 168-176.
  3. Pant, P., Allen, M. and, Tansel, B. (2011), Mercury Contamination in the Riparian Zones along the East Poplar Creek at Oak Ridge, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 74, 3, 467-472.
  4. Dizge, N. and Tansel, B., (2011), Multiparametric Investigation of Competitive and Noncompetitive Sorption Characteristics of SMP Fractions (Carbohydrate and Protein) on Activated Carbon, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 92, 2-3, 996-1004.
  5. Kumar, V., Guerrero, F.M., Tansel, B. and Savabi, M.R., (2010), Hydro-physical Characteristics of Selected Media Used for Containerized Agriculture Systems, Agricultural Water Management, 98, 2, 314-320.
  6. Lagos, L., Zidan, A., Gudavalli, R. and Tansel, B. (2010), Effectiveness of Commercial Fixatives and Moisture Content in Controlling Mobility of Contaminated Soil Particles, ASCE Practice Periodical of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Management, 14, 3, 215-218.
  7. Hempoonsert, J., Tansel, B. and Laha, S. (2010), Quantification of Aggregation and Phase Separation Characteristics in Oil-Water Emulsions after Coagulation, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 353, 1, 37-42.
  8. Ussawarujikulchai, A., Laha, S. and Tansel, B. (2008), Synergistic Effects of Contaminants and Soil Organic Matter on Soil-Water Partitioning and Effectiveness of a Nonionic Surfactant (Triton X-100), Bioremediation, 12, 2, 88-97.
  9. Tansel, B., Sager, J., Rector, T., Garland, J., Strayer, R.F., Levine, L., Roberts, M., Hummerick, M. and Bauer, J. (2006), Significance of Hydrated Radius and Hydration Shells on Permeability of Ions during Nanofiltration in Dead-end and Cross Flow Modes, Separation and Purification Technology, 51, 1, 40-47.
  10. Tansel, B. and Vilar, F. (2005), Enhancement of Media Filter Performance with Coagulant Use for Treatment of Diesel Oil Contaminated Surface Water, Desalination, 173, 1, 69-76.
  11. Tansel, B., Nakhate, M. and Sevimoglu, O. (2001), Spill Prevention Priority Analysis for Reducing Accidental Release Risks During Pipeline Transport, Journal of Environmental Systems, 28, 4, 319-335.
  12. Tansel, B. and Regula, J. (2000), Coagulation Enhanced Centrifugation for Treatment of Petroleum Hydrocarbon Contaminated Waters, Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A - Toxic and Hazardous Substances & Environment, 35, 9, 1557-1575.
  13. Tansel, I.N., Bao, W.Y., Arkan, T.T. and Tansel, B. (1999), Assessing Underground Contamination Concentration Profiles by Using Neural Networks, International Journal for Housing Science and Its Applications, 23, 1, 11-16.
  14. Tansel, B. and Eifert, J.L. (1999), Removal of Emulsified Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Brackish Water by Coagulation, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Journal of Environmental Engineering, 125, 12, 1173-1176.
  15. Tansel, B., Jordahl, C. and Tansel, I.N. (1999), Mapping of Subsurface Contaminant Profiles by Neural Networks, Journal of Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems, 16, 1,16-35.

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